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Jessica Rosenworcel
The future belongs to the connected. Commissioner of the . Impatient optimist. Mom, wife, inveterate coffee drinker.
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Hillary Clinton 2h
You go girl! This is important; costs will go up, & powerful companies will get more powerful. We can’t let it slip through the cracks.
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There's something not right in the record on . Bots, bogus comments, and stolen names. A questionable distributed denial of service attack the is investigating. New York Attorney General describes problems here:
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This is the plan to roll back : . Don't boo. Read it. Then roar. It's time to make a ruckus. It's time to .
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Tom Udall Nov 21
Replying to @SenatorTomUdall
This attack on the open internet will hurt consumers in order to give big corporations more control over the online world. Americans have the power to stop this—but you must speak out now.
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Denny Heck Nov 21
A free & open Internet allows our small businesses to compete in the global marketplace, helps our students - regardless of means - receive a 21st Century education, & spurs innovation. We should keep
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 17
Time to call foul. Time to raise a ruckus. Time to save .
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Rep. Ted Deutch Nov 21
A free & open internet is good for EVERYONE.
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Paul Tonko Nov 21
This is terrible. is how we keep the Internet free & open for millions of & consumers. We all need to raise our voices now to .
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Senator Angus King Nov 21
The internet has changed the way Americans conduct their business, pursue their education, and interact with their communities. A repeal of threatens those advancements: we need to voice our opposition, and defend a free and open internet.
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Senator Patty Murray Nov 21
The idea underlying is a simple one: the Internet should be free & open. I’m going to defend it in every way I can. -PM
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 21
I'm going to give it all I've got. Our Internet economy is the envy of the world. It was built on a foundation of openness. We're going to have to fight to keep it that way--for all of us. Make noise. Make change. Let's save .
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 21
Today leadership announced a plan to roll back . Let's roar. Let's make a ruckus. Let's stop this plan in its tracks.
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Sen. Maggie Hassan Nov 20
is critical for a free and open internet that benefits everyone – not just those who can afford it. We must defend it.
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Senator Angus King Nov 20
The internet is a vital piece of the modern economy, and a cornerstone of 21st century life. It needs to remain open for all – not just the highest bidder. I stand with in defense of .
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 17
Time to call foul. Time to raise a ruckus. Time to save .
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 17
This week cleared the way for bigger media mergers. But I don't think we are going to fix our ability to ferret out fact from fiction, fight charges of fake news & get the information we need to be citizens with less competition in our media markets.
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CNET Nov 16
FCC commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel is ready to make a ruckus to protect consumers
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 16
The National Thanksgiving Turkey is getting its pardon on Tuesday in the Rose Garden. Anyone else game (ahem) to admit they find this tradition creepy?
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 16
Today the quietly decides that we need a new television standard. Here's the kicker: it doesn't work with a single television set in any home today. That means we will all need to buy new sets and equipment. Let's call that what it is: a tax.
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Jessica Rosenworcel Nov 16
Digitization has changed media markets. But instead of engaging in thoughtful reform, today the sets fire to the values of competition, localism, and diversity that have informed its media work for decades--in order to clear the way for more mergers.
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